Delicate Aquamarine rosary chain accented with an Aquamarine faceted teardrop stone. Earwires are sterling silver or gold vermeil. Linear earrings.. This pair of earrings sits beautifully with any look.
- Aqumarine Teardrops 6x6 mm
- Gold Vermeil 24K/ Sterling silver 925 ear hoop
- Pair as shown
- Earrings measure 4,5 cm
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► About Aquamarine
The March birthstone
What does aquamarine symbolize?
It is calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth, trust and letting go. In ancient lore, Aquamarine was believed to be the treasure of mermaids and was used by sailors as a talisman of good luck, fearlessness, and protection. It was also considered a stone of eternal youth and happiness.
The seawater color of aquamarine has given this gemstone its name as the name “aquamarine” is derived from the Latin word for seawater.
Healing with Aquamarine
Aquamarine is a stone of courage. Its calming energies reduce stress and quiet the mind. Aquamarine has an affinity with sensitive people. It can invoke tolerance of others and overcomes judgmentalism, giving support to those overwhelmed by responsibility.
Used often with the Throat Chakra, Aquamarine can be used to promote verbal self-expression.
► ******* GOLD VERMEIL is sterling silver that has been gold-plated. Most of our vermeil is plated with 22K-24K gold. This is a good combination for those with allergy to normal, plated jewelry items. The difference between vermeil, and gold-filled, is in the thickness of the gold and the base metal used. In vermeil, the base is sterling silver.
*******STERLING SILVER is a mixture of pure silver and some other metal, usually copper. The resulting alloy gives the silver strength. The standard is at least 92.5% silver. Hence the .925 stamp you see on some sterling silver items.